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I am a tenant in common with a friend. We both own the

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Hello, I am a tenant in common with a friend. We both own the property 50/50 but I have put and extra 30,000 into renovations. At this point if we were to sell I would suffer a big loss. On the property there is one main house that she lives in and a 5th wheel travel trailer that I have been living in. I have been building a home for myself but it is still 15,000 dollars from completion. My friend would like me to buy her out but at this point it is not possible. What should I do? Can she force me to sell? I am able to carry the mortgage on my own but cannot secure the lending as yet.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Debra replied 1 year ago.
Why would you suffer a big loss? For example do you think you are only entitled to 50% of the equity? Is she paying rent to you?

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